Jet - Inhabited Bridge Models

Jet class have been working in groups to make models of inhabited bridges. They have worked hard to make sure their designs are sustainable (some have wind turbines, solar panels, vegetable gardens or are habitats for wildlife) and can be crossed by car, bike or foot in an interesting way. The children were working with architects from LOM architecture and design as part of the Open City Architecture in Schools project.


Zareen - You can see my head poking on the 3rd pic

Tishia - That must have been such a hard project ! Well done jet class !

Asha - I was so happy when me and the other people who made the Disco Bridge win!

Inaaya - Well done 🐳🐣

Armaan - Well done all the bridges and thanks Simon and Silvia and the others

michelle - I was so happy that we won. Well done rainbow bridge and the other team.

Nadea - They are really good

Jahirah Rakim - I agree Ellie you look really nice in that Photo!

Shahana Haque. - Well done 👍 jet class.

Ellie - I like the way that they worked together and my head's in the photo

"Pupils who have special educational needs or disability make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics. This is because pupils are identified effectively and offered the support they need quickly."

- Ofsted, 2016